Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta now faces challenge of halting the spread of Islamic militancy in his country and across the region Mali’s President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta has won re-election with an overwhelming
Photographer: Asim Hafeez/Bloomberg As former cricket star Imran Khan prepares to take his oath as Pakistan’s new prime minister Saturday, there’s one thing he must be clear about: Pakistan may be China’s
The democratic cause is on the defensive today, and China’s pragmatic authoritarianism now offers a serious rival model, based on economic progress and national dignity In his 1992 book “The End of History
BAGHDAD — Walk into almost any market in Iraq and the shelves are filled with goods from Iran — milk, yogurt, chicken. Turn on the television and channel after channel broadcasts programs sympathetic Iran.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court said on Tuesday that Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM.N) cannot enforce a large international arbitration award against Venezuela stemming from an asset seizure in 2007,
Once-revered central bank failed to foresee the crisis and has struggled in its aftermath, fostering the rise of populism and distrust of institutions In the past decade Federal Reserve officials have
Mixing shrewd diplomacy with defiance of U.N. resolutions, Iran has turned the negotiation on its head. The announced framework for an agreement on Iran’s nuclear program has the potential to generate
Sure, yields are puny. But when stocks next tumble, the value of cash will be clear. The manager of the world’s biggest hedge-fund firm is comparing today’s economy to the last years of the Great Depression.
Regulatory guidance that seeks to limit the use of borrowed money in takeovers has hampered the business of debt-laden acquisitions An effort by regulators to deter banks from financing takeovers with
As country’s economy struggles, lack of hospital funding and widespread shortages of medicine and surgical supplies put patients at risk CARACAS, Venezuela—His heart failing fast, Pedro Gonzalez checked